Storm Water Management Gaps to be Identified

This article, from November 26, has details about a motion to identify gaps, needs, and risks to the City’s stormwater maintenance programs.

Hello Ward 8 Neighbours,

A motion was recently introduced at City Council, aimed at identifying existing gaps in Hamilton’s system, its immediate needs and risks as well as vulnerabilities created due to ongoing Climate Change.

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City adjusts lead pipe by-law

Hello Ward 8 Neighbours,

Close to 20,000 homes across the City of Hamilton still have lead service pipes, which are found in many older homes built before the 1950s.

With a new tweak to the Property Standards by-law based on staff recommendations, the City is looking towards an eradication of the older lines and providing safer water supplies for all.

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City’s Largest Infrastructure Project Happening at Woodward Avenue Water Treatment Plant

With our office hosting the upcoming Speaking Volumes – The Chedoke Creek Spill event taking place soon on March 11, we thought it would be worthwhile to dig a little deeper into the largest single capital infrastructure investment in the City of Hamilton’s history.

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